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Sale IT131 Lot 1005

WANNOPEE ART POTTERY CHAMBERSTICK, J.S. TAFT & COMPANY EWER AND AN AMERICAN ART POTTERY TWO-HANDLED VASE the first, New Milford, CT, 1892-1903, impressed radiant W mark and 1, a 'Duchess ware' spiral form chamberstick with upturned square bobeche, wrapped loop handle and spreading circular foot, graduated green and brown flint glazes, h: 13 in.; the second, Keene, New Hampshire, 1871-1923, impressed uppercase mark, a teardrop shaped ewer with folded trefoil spout and applied C-shaped handle, graduated deep amber and brown glazes; and the third, a two-handled teardrop shaped two-handled vase with foliate mouth and arched handles, the body molded with a band of beads, mottled deep amber and brown glazes (3)

Provenance: Estate of Ronald Sperling
Estimate $25-50


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